in Los Angeles
Looking for lounges in Los Angeles? Blending the laid-back So Cal lifestyle with a high-energy urban vibe, this city is the perfect place to hang out in a lounge. LA lounges are suited for singles looking for the social scene, groups of friends on the chill, and couples who want to cozy up in a corner booth. Featuring a blend of easy entertainment, mindless mingling and drinks, Los Angeles lounges let you escape and unwind in an intimate atmosphere. Sink into plush curved couches or tufted leather booths, enjoy the dim lighting and relax. Trending currently are 1920s-style speakeasy lounges with vintage style, artisan cocktails and antique furnishings, such as the Edison, Honeycut, Dirty Laundry, Warwick, Onyx Lounge and Pearl’s Liquor Bar. Ebano’s Crossing offers a dark bordello atmosphere, Acabar feels like a Moroccan hideaway and The Powder Room is famous for tasty adult milkshakes. Cha Cha Lounge in Silver Lake is a hipster watering hole with cheap brews, and 31Ten Lounge in Santa Monica features a friendly fire pit. You’ll also find LA lounges on the upscale side of style, including fancy hotel taprooms such as Bar Marmont, The Spare Room and Sidebar at the Four Seasons.
9229 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood CA 90069
Inspired by 60s Art Deco and vaudeville, this racy nightclub owned by David Arquette offers a diverse array of live entertainment. On various nights, you might encounter DJs, costumed burlesque dancers, live bands, celebrities, and even puppets. Yes, pupp
401 N La Cienega
Los Angeles CA 90048
Cozy and classic, this comfortable Italian hangout features an old-school atmosphere and an exclusive reputation. You'll need reservations - if you can get them - at this high-class hotspot, a fine dining restaurant, and velvet-roped club.
3211 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90057
Sink into the sultry surroundings at this dark Gothic bar, a lavish lounge with artisan cocktails and DJ dance parties. You'll also find high-concept theme nights, including cosplay events, artistic shows, and Culture Clash Fridays with hip hop and reggae
432 N Faifax Ave
Los Angeles CA 90036
With blacked-out windows, no sign, and a darkened doorway - this "secret" club on Fairfax indeed feels a bit spy-vs-spy. Once inside the low-lit lounge, however, you'll find comfy seating, occasional celebrity appearances, and on the menu: fried chicken.